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explosion she joins us live with more on their stories. >> can you can see so emergency crews behind me just to give you a scope of how many people are here at any time carried more than 23 police agencies are here and can over here will show you the fire zone as we take a look here we noticed about an hour ago some crews and white has not suits that have been digging through the rubble as investigation continues. we're learning more from the first emergency personnel to respond to the scene. one firefighter fighter we talked to this is his hometown. take a listen to a story. i saw on the news there was a fire in the city and was the back door at of my fire station our response from home and when i arrived. at this time we didn't have any radios or any communication so what we did was ask citizens to drive people with second-degree burns on their arms and face to the hospital. at this time we try to get one of far reserves into operation. it we started our attack on fairmont and concord and held their grounds. we stayed there till about 9:00 a.m. in the morning where we were relieved by fres
. party for a boss employees used to be free, however, now, $eight here and this is what muni had to say about this anonymous flyer. >> we are concerned, aware of the situation and taking precautions. we will be aware, and will be ready. >> and a confirmed rumors that there is a sickout. >> muni is making plans if a sickout could take on question- the could take on muni. and other agencies, like ac transit if a sickout--occurs. and commuters could see cancellations. potentially, this to be no service for some parts of the city. we are going to work extremely hard that we will not interrupt service. fasttaxis and ...>> they sent a memo to the muni drivers said it would violate the city charter. >> muni said a memo reminding them that a systemwide sick of would violate the city charter. the potential for a muni set out >> 6:00 p.m., why the union says that it is not sanctioning this sick out and with the city says it would be a big mistake if that sick out would happen. >> former golden gate bridge highway/transportation employees been arrested and accused of embezzlement. and jonathan blu
people who just used a chain saw to crack open what looks like to be a fireproof safe they've let some people back in behind this barricade over the past couple of minutes going through some of the wreckage. right now they're sorting through what they found inside the safe. it will show you some video of the governor being debriefed by investigators and local authorities. arnold schwarzenegger was in china when this explosion happened the governors saying he spoke to president barack obama the day after who promised all the help that california needs. as for the reason for the blast the governor said that is still yet to be determined but he will get to the bottom of this. he understands so if the frustration was not been able to get answers about what happened and what went wrong. there's a lot of bureaucratic red tape a lot of agency spatter overlapping of the answers should be forthcoming quickly. >> you're only allowed to talk to the investigators, believe me within the next few days you have the information because of back now want it to drill down and get the information because
donald shows us why this is now a criminal case. >> meet robert rizzo city manager of the town of 40,000 people. they're averaging come just over $40,000 a year. his salary $800,000. if double that of the president of the united states. that's not counting millions more in loans and benefits for himself and others. >> to use the tax dollars collected from a hard-working citizens of belt as our own piggy bank which then included at will. >> alley county district attorney's said rizzo was the ringleader of a gang of corrupt officials and stole least five and a half million dollars. he called a correction on steroids. if those arrested today include the current mayor of oscar hernandez seen here last july. deputies reportedly had to use a battering ram to gain entrance to his home. his bail was set at 3.2 million off the highest of any defendants. >> last court that no one be allowed to post bail until there's an opportunity to examine the source of the bond. heather donald kron 4 news. >> even more financial controversy tonight the country's largest public pension fund doled out six-fi
>> life news at 5 >> the search for continues then christine connolly has been joining us, with an update on the search from four frederick sales christine? >> no major clues as the whereabouts crews of inserting a massive landfill to speed on these. they are going through thousands of tons of trash, meticulous tedious work. let me show you what they're doing. >> here, the hercules command department is a riding with the dates for canyon landfill started at 8:00 a.m. 20 volunteers on hard hats, gloves, careful. that is 3,000 t. the only thing found so far is that they are in deed looking through hercules. >> they're still hopeful and looking and finding this. it is very meticulous. >> this is where this is brought from the north shore business park. this is with his white cadillac escalade driven by efren valdemoro was discovered on wednesday. and also efren valdemoro he worked at a security guard at a business park in new the area well. a search of this business provided no clues but the trash already been removed. if this does not pan out? investigators will not give u
are going to give us the latest. this is the first full day of investigations, with additional staff yesterday to sort out everything in to pick up as much evidence as possible. yesterday, three sections of the pipe were removed for investigations. we can hear it now. >> a statement of the pipeline rupture investigation and in questions. for >> thank you, peter and good afternoon. >> the three segments of pipe that i spoke of yesterday have now been crated and are now this evening go by truck to laboratories in washington d.c.. there will going under go eight extensive investigation and a thorough investigation to what caused those pipes to be. was it fatigue? erosion? was it physical damage? there will be able to determine and the detail and the extensive physical investigation. with the energy labs in washington. >> i mentioned yesterday that if anybody reports any mental fragments to let us know. metal fragments-- >> and researching the damage and no metal fragments found. and there is a good likelihood that there are no more metal fragments but nonetheless if anybody knows of the
. >> automatic for us to know that were going have lots of issues so we fully staff and get every available person on board with that said we don't know for customers have reported a special on those cars with don't know about the air-conditioning being used. we advised customers could either end of the train car and report him. try to get the air conditioning back on. >> a extreme fire danger brought to the temporary closure of the park in san jose today. no public access or activities that any kind they're allowed in the park during the closure. the park is expected to reopen tomorrow. and a person has died a result of the san bruno gas line explosion. if the victim 58 year-old james franco he lived down the street from the blast. the sam broke up the explosion was front and center at the u.s. senate hearing today on capitol hill. in fact senator feinstein testified today calling for more federal. >> it doubles the number of pipeline safety inspectors from the current number of 100 responsible for 217,000 mi. of interstate pipeline to 200. each inspector is responsible for over 2,000 mi.
by efren valdemoro he also used to work at the business and a park and the area while. a thorough search of the business park last week provided no clues. the tracks had already been removed. for the past five days search and rescue crews with hard hats and gloves to accuse the year have been sifting through 1 a. of trash from the park. >> for done here is nothing of calls from the search will continue to work with the family and talked to friends and solicit clues from the community. >> >> crews will be back to the landfill at 8:00 a.m. to resume the search. >> a tugboat crews removed the tugboat over night. a memorial is set up in berkeley for slang and not lie and it was on the prowl and one that street on august 31, 2001 berkeley police shot and killed the animal today. people left a note to the line called for stronger protection of nature. there were notes pricing actions of police. those people say the animal was a danger to people who live in the area. >> developing news to tell you about at this hour and we are looking at live video of dozens of house fires raging across the cit
causing showers well north of us. the tail end of this is breaking apart and approaching the bay area. it is sitting offshore and it will push through tomorrow into sunday. it looks like rain for the bay area trade but to look at our weather had license theirs the dense fog close to the coastline is also bringing west carried will get a second wave of fog out there over night tonight into tomorrow morning as for tomorrow it's going to be cloudy and logi has a moisture from the storm pushes sen. a slight chance of showers for tomorrow afternoon and evening in the north bay but the showers are likely by early sunday morning will time out on future cast a look at racial totals a bed. >> just in we've learned a flight from phoenix to mallee is doing emergency landings due to smoke in the cockpit to its expected to land at sfo in five minutes. its u.s. air flight 432 this is a live picture of sfo if we're waiting for my flight from phoenix to now we are going have to do it emergency landing at sfo we'll understand because of smoke in the cockpit. the smoke is dissipating were told were kee
she came to us on that saturday in june and said i'm not here legally it's a shame she's been manipulated gloria allred knows exactly what she's doing and i feel terrible for nike. i know the key while and if she's listening right now where i am so sorry, i bet you're feeling really badly and it's a shame it's really, really a shame. >> you can hear whitman so comments in the entire news conference by logging on to www.kron4.com. no at 5:30 p.m. democratic candidate jerry brown responds to the controversy with his campaign sing tonight again that snow at 530. >> other carriers attacked and bitten by two dogs as he is making his deliveries in san jose this morning. as kron 4 reports the dog apparently broke through with cents to one after the mailman. >> and biocontrol says there is a least one previous complaints about the dogs living here at this home on camden avenue and shortly after 11:00 a.m. this next breed people in this german shepherd later seized by animal control attack and did better and letter carrier of san jose. >> we heard a lot of screaming and yelling and dog
to determine what happened. the purpose of us being here and the reason why were gathering this information is not to understand what happened and why it happened and ultimately we will end up with recommendations to try and prevent this thing same thing from happening in the future. we will not determine probable cause while we're on scene and we will not speculate about what may have caused the accident. we're also not here to determine if plant liability. we're here specifically to determine cause and we will do that and a report will come out in 14 to 16 to 18 months depends on where we discovered across investigation carried in the course of the investigation if we find safety concerns that need immediate attention we will put out of the recommendations are other than waiting for the completion of the investigation carried or very interested in what witnesses may have reports of any one who is a witness to this was not yet been interviewed we would appreciate if you get in touch with the local authorities to tell them the information and it will give it to us. were just beginning inves
. that will inform us on how we can look of these curious çw3pipelines, segments and wite process if we're using is a good process were not. >> reporting and san francisco, kate thompson. been one of those higher priorities is ini] the densely populated of san jose. the mayor's office has confirmed that they been notified by pg&e is 26 ft. of water pipeline that runs between milpitas and crystal springs reservoir. north first street has office streets, restaurants, and a light rail system. the mayor's office is expressingw3 concern and so our çw3residents,w2çx( workers. >> i would hope it would maintain their pipes better in the polk plumbing maintenance would not be up to standards? and dashed their plumbing would pçç toç standard? >> to verivalidate, and verify?o let the public know. the mind of the there÷ is challenges with çxdpipes, everywhere.çokzrçs do something.ç >> the mayor of office of san jose perhaps he could of been damaged but ground movement in the area. it is already scheduled forç maintenance but notç timand not until 2012. spokesperson says that they're g
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into the bay area with the storm passing us to the north. >> bp says it's willing to accept some of the responsibility for the gulf oil disaster but not all. today the british oil company released its own internal report on the worst environmental catastrophe in american history. bp says safety measures could and should of prevented the april 20th explosion that killed 11 workers and sent millions of gallons of crude oil into the gulf of mexico. the company says it shares the responsibility with two other companies halliburton and trans ocean trade there is no single action that caused the accident. a 195 page report identifies 8. tell you're in the one hour before the explosion. first of all a faulty cement seal installed by halliburton allowed hydrocarbon gases to enter the well a device known as the issue truck carrier failed to keep it from spreading. up on the service trans ocean technicians failed to notice the leak. the explosive hydrocarbons were not detected until they reached the riser from the sea floor. efforts to regain control of the well failed. this animation
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